Titans Game Notes

BROWN FORCES ANOTHER FUMBLE: For the second consecutive week, defensive tackle Tony Brown recorded a forced fumble. Early in the second quarter, he knocked the ball out of the hands of quarterback Mark Sanchez. Brown also recorded his second sack of the season, giving him 12.5 in his career. Jevon Kearse recovered the fumble, his fourth career recovery.

TITANS FIRST TO SCORE ON JETS DEFENSE: When LenDale White crossed the goal line for a touchdown in the second quarter, the Titans became the first offense to score a touchdown against the Jets defense in 2009. The previous 23 drives the Jets defended resulted in field goals at the most.

WHITE HITS PAYDIRT: At the 9:24 mark of the second quarter, running back LenDale White scored on a five-yard touchdown run to cut the Jets' lead in half (14-7). The score capped a 10-play, 55-yard drive and was the first touchdown of the season for White, who had 15 touchdowns in 2008. White now has 23 career touchdown runs.

COLLINS PASSES ESIASON: With his 11-yard completion to Kenny Britt in the second quarter , Titans quarterback Kerry Collins moved past former Bengals and Jets quarterback Boomer Esiason (37,920 career yards) for 13th place on the NFL's all-time passing yards list.

SUCCESSFUL TWO-MINUTE DRIVE: The Titans received possession at their own 20-yard line with 1:54 on the clock in the first half. Quarterback Kerry Collins navigated the team down the field, driving 60 yards on 12 plays. Rob Bironas kicked a 38-yard field goal to end the drive with eight seconds remaining in the half.

TITANS DEFENSE STIFFENS IN SECOND QUARTER: After the Jets went ahead 14-0 in the first quarter, the Titans defense did not allow the Jets to convert a single first down in the second period. The Jets were credited with minus-three yards in the second quarter.

COLLINS AND WASHINGTON HOOK UP: For the second consecutive week, Kerry Collins and Nate Washington hooked up for a touchdown. On the first drive of the second half, they capped a 60-yard drive with a nine-yard touchdown completion. It was the 190th career touchdown pass for Collins and 14th career touchdown reception for Washington.

FORD RECORDS SACK: In the third quarter, defensive end Jacob Ford sacked Mark Sanchez for a nine-yard loss. The sack gave Ford 1.5 on the season and 8.5 for his career.

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